Klara PÃ¶lzl and her husband Alois; their oil portraits hung at the Berghof. The occupant got his manly and no-nonsense virtues from his father and his compassion from his mother.
I completely agree with the article below by Ryan Hurdy, but as a major proponent of reincarnaionism, I hasten to add and emphasize that in many cases we WERE our ancestors!
People very often reincarnate not only in their own nation but even as their own grandchildren or great-grandchildren (or nieces, nephews, etc.)…. which reinforces the continuity of the characteristics of a nation and our appearance.
Those who never have children may not realize that an important soul may have been waiting to incarnate through you as the mom or dad!
…..Video series “Are God and the soul real?”
40% of patients brought back from the dead on the operating table reported being conscious AFTER DEATH and many saw the famous “tunnel of light”! This was the largest-ever medical study into near-death and out-of-body experiences, interviewing 2,000 people who suffered cardiac arrests at 15 hospitals in the UK, US and Austria.
As the French say, “peu des science nous Ã©loigne de Dieu, beaucoup de science nous y ramÃ¨ne,”Â “a little knowledge distances us from God; a lot of knowledge brings us back.”
Wolf, however, is on a crusade to say “But modern science proves the very opposite, that it is this material world that is an illusion!” This electron anomaly was observed by the great mathematician Leonhard Euler of Switzerland and the famous American scientist and politician Ben Franklin already 250 years ago, and the experiment itself was first done by the British scientist Thomas Young in 1803:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Young_(scientist) How can electrons act like both particle shooting forward (the arrows below) and yet also as Â waves? Why does it depend on whether you are looking at it??? What the heck is going on here? 😉 A bullet (particle) is simply not a wave. This is a definite anomaly and contradiction, suggesting God is dropping an enormous hint on us NOT to view this world as something to be taken overly seriously, but instead like a tearjerker movie or a romantic comedy. With movies, we simply accept the illogical things in the plot for the sake of the story. As the easy-going yet wise Italians say, “Si non Ã¨ vero, Ã¨ ben trovato.” = “If it is not true, still it is well told.”
Atheists try to debunk Wolf, a very experienced physicist, and the plain meaning of this electron double-slit experiment. They are also at pains to gloss over the “quantum leap” in modern physics, where an electron leaves an inner shell and goes instantly to an outer shell, with no lapse in time at all. But how can a physical object travel a distance in zero-comma-zero seconds? In reality, it is literally vanishing at the inner shell and re-appearing at the same time on the outer shell…. This too suggests the material world is an illusion, although a very elaborate one. The world is just a classroom for young souls, an elementary school.
There is indeed a totally opposite way to explain — that everything is real, everything is matter, even heaven and God, and where we go when we die is just to a higher-frequency area. Then there is no more dichotomy between spirit and matter, religion and science, and people have less of a sense of us talking about fairy tales here, God being unfortunately the biggest fairy tale of all to the materialists. What we really are talking about is a “multiverse,” not a universe, with many dimensions existing and all occupying the same space — but on different frequencies.
In the same way, your house is occupied by cell phone calls, tv signals, microwave, wireless internet perhaps too, and of course radio — and all are occupying and penetrating the same house from top to bottom, all co-existing, and interwoven, but usually not interfering with each other. They are usually smoothly separated (except a microwave oven can cause static on a radio). In this scientific way of seeing reality plus religion, it is normal for an electron to vanish and reappear — It ducked into another dimension, where none of the rules of our dimension apply at all. It made a shortcut.
One has to think outside the box, or one cannot explain an electron being both a particle and a wave and vanishing and reappearing elsewhere at the same moment. God is dropping here some really big hints that He exists, and if scoffers scoff, He is just fine with that too.
Note that in this article on quantum mysticism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_mysticismevery single Jew scientist listed — Einstein, Murry Gell-Man and Steven Weinberg — attacks the fact that modern physics supports the existence of God, and the Aryan scientists line up supporting the truth that modern physics proves God’s existence.
(But this god is neither a senile old man in a white beard nor some forgive-everything sort of yin being, or cutesy Baby Jesus. It is a realistic, stern, law-giving Father figure who gives everyone only what they deserve.)
The Protocols of the Elders of ZionÂ advocate strongly that theÂ goyeemÂ be made atheistic, because then they will fear to die and, thinking they do not have a soul (just a myth, they are told), they fear they will be dead forever.
MOST then prefer to live a long life as a slave, not a short life as a hero, and refuse to make the supreme sacrifice, laying their life down for 1) the safety and future of their women and children, and 2) the survival of their race and nation.
Atheism = worrying about dying
Theism = God expects every man to do his duty, and you will face His fury in both life and death if you choose to live on as a coward — as your women and children are taken and physically or morally destroyed.
If you wish to join the Jews and scoff at God, then you will fall into a pit of despair and end up like Lasha Darkmoon, who lists all the reasons we supposedly are doomed: http://www.darkmoon.me/2013/under-jewish-rule-by-lasha-darkmoon/ This is God’s universe; you better believe in Him. Without Him, without Divine aid, then Lasha is right and it is over.
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PART 2 – C
On the subject of reincarnation, see also this important webpage: http://johndenugent.com/solutreanism/important-info/reincarnation-evidenceÂ (In German: http://johndenugent.com/deutsch/beweise-der-reinkarnation).
…..A FAMOUS AMERICAN SEER AND MY GRANDFATHER, FIFTEEN YEARS AFTER HIS DEATH
My encounter with one of the most reputable “seers” in America and, it seems, through her with my deceased British grandfather from Yorkshire!
The Ancestor Effect: Thinking about our roots boosts intellect and confidence
We all know that giving thanks is something we â€œshouldâ€ be doing. But recently a clinical study reported that thinking positively about our family roots boosts emotional confidence and even intelligence.
The 2010 study, published in the European Journal of Social Psychology, comprised four studies that pitted those who think about their roots versus those who donâ€™t before taking a battery of problem solving and intelligence tests.
In the first study, the subjects consisted of two experimental groups and a control. A third of the subjects were instructed to think about their deep roots from the 15th century, another third to think about their great grandparents, and the control group did no such preparation.
What were the subjects specifically asked to think about? They were told to imagine their ancestors, how they lived, their professions and their families, the trials they faced, and what these ancestors would tell them if they were around today.
Results indicated that both groups that looked back performed significantly better on the problem-solving test than the control.
The second study by the same research group then extended these findings with a less obvious direction: by having the experimental group construct a family tree before taking a battery of intelligence tests. In this way, the experimental group was not told exactly what to think, but still had to consider their ancestors to complete the activity.
Again, the group that meditated upon their roots performed better on the test scores. They also scored higher on a test of â€œperceived life control.â€ In other words, those who considered their pasts said they felt more control over their life, career, and ability to best adversaries than those who did not.
The group was still not satisfied with the conclusions. What is this ancestor effect? How does â€œancestral salienceâ€ work? The researchers, comprised of social psychologists from Germany and Austria, conducted a third study to test if thinking about living ancestral relatives (grandparents and great grandparents) versus distant ancestors made a difference. The test scores of this group were compared to a control group that was instructed to think about a close friend who is still living.
This time, both family groups outperformed the friends group, but with no significant difference between the deep ancestral groups and the living ancestral groups. So the effect is not simply due to thinking about people you like and who happen to be alive.
In a final study, the group tested this â€œlikabilityâ€ factor within the ancestral groups. Subjects were instructed to either focus on negative or positive aspects of their ancestors, compared with a control group that did no meditations before a battery of tests. Again, both ancestral groups outperformed the control.
So even if we donâ€™t perceive to like our ancestors, thinking about them still leads to a mental state that boosts intellectual performance and decision-making.
Tapping into the Ancestor Effect
So keep your ancestors close at hand. Every day, think about the people who are responsible for putting you on the planet. Consider their hard work throughout the ages, their resilience in tough times, and their ingenuity.
Make a family tree, and research your roots.
Even a simple five-minute meditation in the beginning of the day can instill confidence that spills over into your decision making and your ability to deal with the problems that arise today.
Making space in your home can focus this daily meditation and remind you of your roots when you go about your daily life. Find a photograph of a family member who has passed on and who you particularly admire. Frame it and keep it visible in a part of the house you see every day. Make it a daily ritual to give thanks by spending a moment looking at this photograph or some other object from the past. Even better, set up a shelf for ancestral remembrances and spend a minute a day looking upon it and thinking of those who came before.
Let the blessing go back in time, and fuel their strength, too. They are smiling upon us and giving us courage, even the nasty ones.
 Fischer, P., Sauer, A., Vogrincic, C., and Weisweiler, S. (2010). The ancestor effect: Thinking about our genetic origin enhances intellectual performance. European Journal of Social Psychology. 41 (1), 11-16.